Sometimes, newly released hardware detection software will not only improve functions and detection capabilities, but also reveal unknown or upcoming hardware.This has happened again with the latest GPU-Z utility, which adds to the mysterious “Tiger Lake server” processor and Intel’s upcoming Alder Lake CPU, Nvidia’s GeForce LHR GPU (with the correct hash rate )as well as GeForce RTX 3060 based on GA104 chip.
We have never heard of Tiger Lake Server CPU before. Nevertheless, please keep in mind that the processor may be manufactured using Intel’s 10nm SuperFin manufacturing process, which is mainly designed for client PCs. We do not really expect Intel to design new server-level chips based on the Tiger Lake design (for example, Willow Cove Micro-architecture).
This does not mean that Intel cannot just use its existing quad-core Tiger Lake (UP3, UP4, H35) or eight-core Tiger Lake-H designs to solve server problems.For example, earlier this year, Intel quietly launched its Tiger Lake B series processors With 65W TDP and thermal speed boost (TVB), it is suitable for high-performance small desktop computers.
The current server market is very diverse, so some server designs can benefit from Tiger Lake’s powerful single-threaded performance and limited TDP. In fact, Intel already has Xeon W-11000 series CPUs that support ECC and other functions required by servers.In addition, machines such as Re-server Based on the 11th-generation chip, it is designed for edge computing applications and can be classified as a server.
In any case, since Intel has submitted the CPU ID of its Tiger Lake server product to GPU-Z developers, it looks like the company is indeed preparing for the new SKU that will be available.
Technology enhancement Has a complete list of GPU-Z v2.42.0 improvements, including support for Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti Mobile (GA106), T1200 Mobile, GRID K340, GRID M30, Q12U-1; AMD’s Radeon Pro W6800X, EVGA’s iCX Sensor readings are more stable; fixed memory clock readings on some AMD APUs; etc.